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Originally, I had planned to share both the assigned and read-aloud books we’re planning to read for our entire school year. However, since we school year-round and I tend to be overzealous when it comes to list-making — see last year’s list here — I…
I'm sharing what we've been reading in August. This list includes books we're reading independently & during read-aloud time plus Mommy's books.
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Of all 4 of our children, academically-speaking, Kate is my Mini-Me. She’s an avid reader, loves history and writing, and has a real affinity for languages. This year we’re learning (a little) Latin and Spanish, and she’s already claimed they’re her…
In this post, I share our 2nd grade curriculum for 2015-2016 including the books and materials we're using plus life skills, Bible verses, and extracurriculars we're doing.
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While history is our #1 favorite subject, science comes in at a close second, especially when experiments and activities are involved. We recently had the opportunity to review “Science Unit Studies for Homeschoolers & Teachers” from Susan Kilbride…
In this post I review "Science Unit Studies for Homeschoolers & Teachers" discussing what the book is about, how we used it, and the pros and cons.
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This marks our third year homeschooling. It’s a learning process each year as I try to find what works best in our current season, but I continue to be drawn to both the Charlotte Mason and Classical approaches because of my love of good literature and…
In this post I share our 2015-2016 homeschool curriculum based on our Charlotte Mason/Classical approach to learning.
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If you were to ask my girls what is their #1 favorite subject, you would almost certainly hear: “HISTORY!” For my girls, learning about people, places, and events in the past through stories and hands-on activities has been key to their love of…
In this post I review Home School in the Woods' hands-on history study, Project Passport: The Middle Ages.
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Well, I hope you had a happy 4th! Despite the rain the girls enjoyed their first fireworks show and their first time to stay up until 10:00! Needless to say they had a blast but will be recouping on their sleep for the next 2 months. Sorry, I’m a sleep…
In this post I share our weekly meal plan including recipes for gluten-free, kid-friendly meals.
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My three-year-old has been asking to “do school” like her sisters for a while now. I’ve printed off worksheets and activities for us to do but have been reluctant to break down and buy a preschool curriculum. That’s because I’m cheap, and I really don’t…
In this post I share my review of Horizons Preschool for Three's curriculum kit.
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When I shared our gentle preschool curriculum recently, I described our second youngest daughter as the family clown. That’s true, but our second oldest daughter is equally funny in her own right. Cora is our eccentric child. You know that expression,…
In this post I share our kindergarten homeschool curriculum including materials we're using, life skills & Bible verses we're learning and extracurriculars.
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My three-year-old daughter Annabeth is a little firecracker. If there’s a clown in every family, then she’s ours. She’s always trying to make people laugh with her silly faces and made-up words, so while I am excited she wants to “do school” like her big…
In this post I share what our gentle preschool curriculum looks like including materials we're using, Bible verses, and life skills we're working on.
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This week is our last full week before we start back to school. We’ll be spending time with friends and having some fun before we resume our regular schedule. You know, the one with structure. I will be sharing our 2015-2016 curriculum for our 2nd grader,…
In this post I share our weekly meal plan including recipes that are gluten-free and that the kids will love.
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As I’m reading through Laurie Bestvater’s The Living Page: Keeping Notebooks with Charlotte Mason, I was struck by this quote from Brazilian author Paulo Coelho: You can become blind by seeing each day as a similar one. Each day is a different one; each…
In this post I challenge us to look and pay attention to the miracles God puts in our lives today and every day - See His miracles today!
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This past week we embarked on our first week of Summer Learning, complete with creating an earthworm farm, traveling through the Middle Ages, some art, and lots of reading. Books the Kids Are Reading We finished a really fun book called Mrs.…
Get a glimpse at our gluten-free weekly meal plan plus books we're reading this summer.
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stay-at-home mama to little angels who blogs about growing as a Godly wife and mama at http://www.growinginhisglory.com
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